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THE KANSAS CHIEF.
SOL. MILLER, Publisher.
nroDoLUM A um,n AurASCZ- I ajxieiit .bouUb.
mule ttrictl J la advance , otherwi.e tbe m jf w CJ J"
delay U made in pajmrat. or nuaeceaurr bnu u
Ibe PdUMkt, when time U deaiird.
Itno. 3ma 6 no. 1 1 ear
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7 00 10.00 17 00 SSlOO
10 00 15 00 35.00 40 00
1100 85.00 4000 72.00
85.00 40 00 15.00 UP 00
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jZS.5t 5 L or le, a Tr
or 3 wrf transient dvtrUiiM.u, II per arair. for
tliV!uirrUon,aiacilTiair. for each .oW
"sledjSSSe.-ffl oe charjej M per cent extra and
.JiKal adrrrtUemniU and pemoojt rommnnlcatJona,
dwUeprira. L.alv lOcaUprrlmeforuiictelMertlon,
Elht lioea of oIid J.ooTiarell mate me amiare, AU
fracComof balf ainare and over are counted at a lull
"'Idrertbwornta reqnlnn to be eerUBed to. fflbechar
rd the eot of eenilrlnfc In aouioon w loo ""-J"- --.- !n
Tranalent ndreruiementa nnrt be joJd for InxarlaWr In
rlTJOB VOEKof afl UnJ. done on bolt noOee. aa
for when taken fronl Ibe office
DO-VIPI1A-V COCKTY DIRKfTORV.
County Lonunmaiopcra 1 I hntlar, t.TEi. iaav,
Je- Li at a ETTXE.
sT,eril-. C BAIUir
fTerkefIitrktConrt F J Ctt
Titaaurer SaHCEl. J Joiljwi
l.onoly Clerk I W Mome.
County JUIorneY B. A. Sjm IE.
Renter of Del.-EEisTBF IO
sopeitntendeot of PnUic Inrtniction II SBasra.
Coroner-Da. I.OBIET S. PrsmoEE.
JAUK8 II IJATLS, 41 Para How iw Vork.
8. M rXTTESC.lU. Il CO, 37 l'nk !-. I..W Tort
HOWELL 4i CHE.SMAN-, S-t. Loula, Mo.
nns paper k& W-SiSSStS
.BiBlBareao, (10 Fprnee so where adrertbiining con
I. O. O. V.
TroT City l!se, So. 3 ia L crerj Saturday nUM at
VrMlUbwa II all. orer r-rfer. Lank. All memberaof tb
tier are cordially Invited to attend. eEELY s 0
Joa. PasBOli R. Sec.
Troy LiJre. o. i. A F and A M meet. in tbeirllan
ar.tllJariaTiBMbla.xtb before full n.m. and nd
Batnnlay thereafter MtioK Brotber..Ld meinlr.are
eordialIyln,lte.lt..ttend.Tio masIMli w M
C-BO T WOOP SeC
TroyCkaotero. 16 1L A M kU tb.lr tneetlny. on
tbefr.! il.d.y after foUwja ILUA1LS0V ,.
R s. ItaMORn. SeC-
Watbena Li.lle No. ft A I A A M., meet, at tbelr
HalL eery v.lunl.1 .i Ufore Ibe full inoun. and every
I., .eela thereafter imIios bretbren are ' rdUl)v '
.ilel to attend I OUT 1 AI.If. t M
C l"OIBirB. See.
IS. Of II.
Troy LIre No. 1 317 KnljkU of nnor cU aec
ad ail f aitb Kliday evenin;. In ach luootb. In Odd 1 el
law. Ifail. over IodeTN Hank
roaral W iLklMT l.rirter
LOAN AM) AKSTKACT OFFICE,
Doniphan Count , Kansas.
Have the titletoyour land examined by
JOSEPH F. HAMPSON,
who has a new and complete set of Ab
stract title records of all lands and town
lots In said County. Title", perfected, and
abstracts furnished on short notlco, and
at reasonable rates.
Also, Notary Public and Conveyancer.
Specialities made of drawing Deeds,
Mortgages, Leases, etc.
Loans negotiated, and taxes paid.
Office In Court House, Troy, Kansas.
;mo"kv io i.oi,
On Rral FmIuIc. In nunwIOMiilbor
on rr,ou fiiej ran." llnir, or Ic. In-
terewf 7 per crnl. per annum. Com-
JS II. A. XV. II. KAR1I.I7IT.
rtb west Cor. 4 th. & Esmond Street, St-Jo if ph, Mo.
HOKY TO I-OAf.
J.F. Ilumpon U prrparMl to loan
iaBry to Hie Farmrn of Ionlpli..n
Count, on Ions: .mcnl 7 iMr cent. ln-terr-ttf.uncl
yionry roaj be p.i!d tcIoro dnr-nnd
top Inf rrrMf If tlic liorrowrr c1ioocm.
.'VotlcInHlii mrnKliIncrtlir xnonrj-. ro
mvrorn npprtilonirnt or nppllciitlon
rrqnlrril. Oil I on him nt tlic office of
RrpjMlrr of Ircdv nt the Tourt BIoa.e
lajrly J- I'- HAHPSOV
AYaiaadli. Wttu-Wtlim Unje wwily of
Dr KrnJulU IkkV, "The Hone ami HiImeicisw
on of the tuo.t luaMc vuiLh for furtnrn to I
found If i a book of 100 pap n, ontaimns illnttni
tions nil owing the ai-iK-aramo of I Ik Iiorwi in fvery
dinr&Me or nilmeut t wbirli lie i Miljrrt. anil by
-b!cb any " rwm can tell wbnt complaint i affct
Ingamrk borne- It alMioiitauiA .lin'ctionn for the
trrattnrnt of all dwancs, anl iwik-. for innling all
kmtla of uicfhrmeit u-Mtl tu treating borses.
c bavcropitH tf tbe vorkin Kntixb. Ccnuan,
am. rrrncb I fty nubwnWr of tbe CAicwboba
alrraily panl in aJvancc, nnrbo mav bcrcafUrpay
inotUancr. will bf pnwntM uitb a copy of tbm
lnok, in tl. lnn-nage krprrfcra, bye ailing attic
oftjccanA applying fir it or wmlm- a three cent
IHmtase Ptamptnbave itniail.il to bim rron
not m.bonWr, can prcnrt copies for 25 cent.
Picnic nnilDnnrc nl licl SpriiiCH.
There will 1 n j.icnie atnl tlance at Laple pnns
on the first ttnJ third Satimlay of each month,
from now until further notice t the contra
ry The Wit of mufie will 1 prenent on each e
i anion, and a general gotk-l tioiennvlte deluded
hjiou hTerjboIy lnntnlto attend l!tfrc.hmentei
tif all kind i!l he fiirnifhul on the gronnd
Kmikut i ink, I
O J occun (omuiltUc
TlIOMA-l Vl WW, '
Tlie f nrpet rltilltllor
Something new lct ecrjbotlr come ami wc it
A e now fell car ! bv ramplu having a large line
of aamitlei for the ladu t ieleet fnmi tnlpnun
muning from iM cent up tor-jwryard Call and
leave j onr order tora nw cnriet. cb aper tl an Ton
errloii;M before Mtt'MMtfc. CiHF
Boots and Shoes.
L.tr;e Mk1 f Iuits and SImms, jur
rw i til, .it Ia landV
CP" Tlie lret upplv of native IihuImt tn town,
in at Palmer A. (Irttins White Clond Tlie hate a
large anionnt of vrtll fteaMmetl lumWr. in addition
to vi hat ha been aed tbm Mason
A store bmldtug and lot in eerantc, Kan Ad
dre, J II Ward,
roehirtf Itolrkow. Mo
l'or Vnlo or Xrntlc.
A Ktnp of ground of almut one-half acre, in tie
town of canning with one dwelling, one blacksmith
bop, and one More budding aud flock of goods.
Also, igbt acre of laud, cornenug with said strip,
forty acre of which are in cultit at ion, tlie other for
ty wood pa tare, two dwelling on f.inu, niall
orchard . plenty of bung water Apply to
J J MUDLH,
mrhi-tf Vanning Kan.
The Viernnre HIIIm
Have the improvements to their mill machinery corn
pleted and in operation wnee February e have
adopted the ttyitteni in ue in the Atchiton mill, and
offer our flour a epaal to any in market, made by
roller or otherwise Oct the t FK NCE MILI-S
Snowilake, if you want good breal
U e keep a f apply of flour on hand and can ex
change for wheat in qnantitir to tut the fdrmer
IRAN KLIN A Vi;iCK
Severance, K., March J1. I8SI
CXpwGootUat LKLANIVS. New
btjles Drvss Goods, and cheajor tliau
C ome to Nee I
V e will grind feed for the farmer, on Fnday and
Vitunlar of each week Trr our kinl-dned corn
r AKUEES I UA ITIIS AD MlU. CO t
mav4tf N?erance Kan.
17" McCrum A. Cowen are receiving and opening
np a new stock of notion and drr goode, and will,
in a few day, receive their vpnng Mock of clothing
from Chicago, tbe nicest line they have ever tamed,
of child , boy's and yontb clothing and very
cheap too Everybody i reniectfiillv mvitetl to
call aud examine good and price.
Fire Insurance and Honey I obiilng.
I McINTOMI. ire Insurance and Loan Agent,
of Troy, pvesyuuyonr choice of a half a dozen of
tbe bct Fire Insurance Companies in the United
State in which to insure your property, at tbe
cheapest rate. He will also loan money on real
estate nwunty, at the lowest rate of interest Of
fiee adjoining Boder Hank Troy and at Highland,
Tlouer to I onn,
On long lime, at 7 ier emu intcrci.t. on well mi
proved Farm in Donii ban County, Kansas. Applv to
Jone2t X K Sroirr Troy. Kansa.
ty Tbe Ik t place to buy fit h and salt meats, is
at the sew shop, Reasonable price,
0 Joi MikriiFii, Maniger
IxA5irr. There seems to Le an nntuoal amount
of this article lying loose over the country, tbe
days. On Monday and Tuesday, the Probata Jodge
of this County had three cases to dispose oC The
case of Thomas, on Jlonday, we hare mentioned In
another item. On the same day. John U. Scott,
from the vicinity of Urenner, was brought np, and
On Tuesday, the case of Mr. Young, from the
neighborhood of Leona, was considered, and she
was adjudged insane She is the wife of John
Young, and a daughter of Samuel F. Mabet, one of
the oldest resident of the County. Her insanity
seems to arise from religions objects She I not
vkilrnt, and is harmlesa, but her mind seems to
dwell wholely upon religion, She frequently wan
deredoif from home, sometimes getting up in the
night and going off, and at turns she would eat
nothing for three or four days ; and she took no in
terest in nor paid any attention to home daties.
Me learn that there Is a woman in the southern
part of the County that will probably come before a
jury, before long. She i very violent, and it Is nec
essary sometime to tie her down.
tn Old -TTnn'a Belief.
Have used ParLcr's Ginger Tonic for my bad
cough and hemorrhage I had twenty five years. I
fell like another man, since I used iU I ant G ycara
pasU Iteliee it sure to cure younger persons. A
Orner, Highpire, Pa.
? Pnre Manilla Itindin Twine, and Washburn
A. Moen Itinding Wire, at Heeset &. Ltos,
(0 Severance, Kan
I-atal AfCiiiLfT Last Sunday, a son of John
Coojier at Doniphan, aged about twelve years,
went out hunting Not returning In reasonable ;
time, his father went to look for hiia. and found
him dead, in the woods, hi gnn having been dis
charged, the load entenng under the chin, passing
upwards, and blowing the top of hi head off It
was evidently accidental, hot In what way It was
supposed to have occurred, we have not learned.
Observer of the Sabbath have had ample oppor
tumty to point to fearful examples at Doniphan,
ariviug out of desecrations of the day by banting
Several years ago, a prominent citizen had a large
!ortionof one hand blown off by the explosion of
hi gun, while out hunting on Sunday About a
3 ear ago, a fatal shooting took place among some
young men out on a Sunday spree. Now thin last
dreadful affair adds one more to the list.
ror tS years," says our correspondent, Henry
Clark, of Fairfield, Lenawee CtrTMicb., ' mj wife
bad Gta. They wonld last about an hour, and some
time longer Samaritan Wartime has ernianently
cured I er"
There will Im a reunion of the Alumni and old
students of Highland University, at Highland, Kan
sas, Wednesday, June Cth, 183 All of the old tu
dent are cordially invited to !e presenU
W K. Lewu, Cor. Sec. A A
tlT rx&mine our new stock of furniture, before
pnirhasmg Hfenet oV Ltoxh,
Faik U'icmng Xext week will close the t wen
ty sixth annnal olcme of the Chief. Many subscn
1km, who bare flowed their date to run from three
to ten year behind, and who hare failed to respond
to our inodett notice heretofore, must not take it
unLindlv if they do not receive the CAie after next
wctk. We are willing a go the full length to favgr
those who hare got haru up, or for the sake of old
tune and old friendship ; but we should not be ex
jecUd to bear all the exi-ene on the account of
fruiidship We have our end of the business to
keep np. Iteineuiher the old proverb Friendship
will not buy spoon in Cincinnati Wo take this
occasion to bid thin class of subscriber good bye,
and wii-h them good lnck , for after next week, we
imrt, without further notice
To all who are suffering from the error and indis
cretions of youth, nirvon weakness, early decay,
loss of inankood, etc , I will send a recipe that will
cure you, MtFE OF CHAlIf.K. This great remedy
wan di woven d by a missionary In South America.
Send a self addressed envelope to the Ret Joseph
T Ikmav, Station Dt Arte Tori Ciy l'angly.
ZV C me and figure with us on ISmding ire and
Twine We will sate voutimn and money
( 1) Severance
tiT e notice that the Lnglish sparrows are
leaking their appearance in tbm country. If tbe
uucmlized bovs who delight in killing dove and
robin would tonfine their savagery toareltnt.ess
warfare upon the sparrows, they would be doing
tlie country a service. These bird are an intoler
able nuisance, wherever they get n foothold and
they get that, whereter they go They not only
make war upon other aud useful birds, but are very
destructive to fruit and legetable. In Ohio, where
they exist by the million, we heard women com
plaining, last wctk, that these bird carry their op
eration even todestroying the blossoms on tlie pea
tl The wonders of modern chemistry are appar
ent in tbe beautiful Diamond Dye. All kind and
color of Ink can W made from them
I? I" nil line of Repairs for MrConuick Machine
on baud, during the season IIeenlt A. Ltom,
Clei lu M in One of the best and most accoiu
inflating men in the railroad business. Is Anetin
Mrrarland, ticket agent under the Pacific House,
vt. Jonc b lie i agent for the sale of ticket over
most of the roads leading into and out of St Joseph,
andean give you rates, time, connection, and any
other sort of information, better and quicker than
anv other roan we ever dealt with On twoocca
ion, in the past few month, wc hare had the lurk
touiply to him, and found him very prompt, and
hi iu formation correct and reliable to the smallest
particulars. If you want to travel East, correspond
rT Vttf.tifT.il nn.l 1i.flitli rn tirril1iir. Obtain
thi happy physical state b using a bottle of
Hniwii Iron Hitters.
A eh DFrxnTiun. Heeney & Lyon new Fur
niture More, 'Severance Latent styles of good, at
jtrtmr jrrtnt abort fot ()
Jj? Troy ha suffered a great and irreparible
1oh Oar old and distinguished fellow-citizen,
Thnn ton W alker ha departed from town, said to
1k in consequence of a diiheulty with hi ex-spouse,
for which she wa tiking steps to hare him arrest
cd It is not knot; n where he ha gone to, but be
will probat ly erect hi xtensive operation for tlie
manufacture of In impnn ed ice-ercini in some olh
er pi ice
CP" Work Oiven Out On receipt of your ad
dress me will make an off. r by which voa can earn
$t to f7 evenings "t your home Men, Women,
Hot or Girls can do it II C. W ilkinson A Co ,
liand 1C i niton Street, Xew "iork.
X" The lest arranged Hani ware Store in North
ern Kansas. Come and see u, in our new quarter
Hkem-t A. Lio,
(i ) Severance
J"P" A man nanu-d Thoma, from W bite Cloud,
wa before the Probate Judge, on Monday, on trial
for insamtv It seems be had difficulty with his
wife, aud had stolen the baby, and was altsent with
it n couple of days before he was caught. Tbe jury
did not think the evidence sufficient to adjudge htm
insane He was lodged in jail, to await the prodnc
tion of additional evidence.
CiT The It i-M.IIK, known a the "Burlington
Route." offers special advantage to travellers. See
their advertisement in thi paper
Cp The stufbng knocked out out of ruruiture
$1000 worth sold in one week IIlkmvT & Lyons,
PA saloon bar tender in this town was seen.
one day laet week, hnmptng it from the rear of a
lot, with the lady proprietor playing a tattoo on his
back with a club. He bad been in tbe habit of
making ue of the private conveniences belonging
to the house, and persisted, after several polite re
quest to quit tresspassing Hence she adopted a
more urgent plan to make bim 'seat.
HF My name is Hecney Will sell you a bill of
Hardware, a Stove, a MrCorniick Binder, an Iron
Mower, a Thomas Rake, a bill of Furniture, a Spring
Wagon, a Buggy, or a ottwaoU Scrtttg JfaeXtne,
run five ted ckt (8)
Txoy, Ka., May 24th, 1883.
We take this opportunity to thank the many
friends for the kind manner in which they treated
us, daring the last sickness of onr dear, beloved
daughter. Mr. Lizzie K. Dittemore.
C. W and L. Habt.i.
Tired On e u a rest on your raekaU I do want
a light running, noiseless Household Sewing Ma
chine Sold by HertET A- Lyoxs,
Ixr" Last week, aa we are informed, a Young far
mer eloped with the wife of a man employed on the
farm In a country where there are so many mar
riageable girl", it seems as though there should be
no occasion for young men to steal the wires of
y All brand of Cultivators nitwt be cloned out
tin week Wind up harpun t
Hef.nly A, Lyoxk',
Mr. rpiTon. Please convey my thanks to the
citixcn who were kind enough to asust me in put
ting np my smokestack, Tuesday. May 29th, 1883.
- pTd Tobie.
Cy New budding, new goods, new sewing ma
chines, new clerk, new prices eerything bright.
lean, and fresh, at Heeset A. Lyons,
XT?" The Chappie horse, that we spoke of recent
ly, turn out not to be that horse Mr. Anderson
proed the record of the animal, and the ease baa
r? The best smoking to1eeo is little Joker."
Allcock's Porous Plasters
CUBE WBBBB OTHER PIjAHTECM
FAIL EYEY TO RELIE.E.
Take iber, r ! will be Jlsappeinlrd.
Isisf ! havlaa:
lniu 3(K Noctii Tiiici Sr , ?
rebrnary 1, 1SS3
I bare hc-en using Aixcock Pocors PtirrEB
for a number of years, and alwaT with mnrtcl ben
efit, I tare been tturh trnnbletl with Muscular
Rheumatism; have Wn treated by fire of onr best
phYAicians, without receiving any relief whatever.
I then nsed Aurtxn' Playfji on the iiart affect
ed, and I ran assure you the pain ha almost entire
ly left me. I can rt-crni-iiend them to rvery one a
the best plaster made. I hare tned other kinds,
but fonnd them worthies.
H V GlLLAGIII-i:
Wea.k Kidneys Cured.
Costoocook.N H.March 3, 1RH0
I haTe been greatlv troubled wjth Rheumatism
and Weak Kidneys. I was advised to (ryLurocKV
Pocois Puisyek, (had nscd two other kinds f so
called Pot on Ilasters, which did lue no gool,) but
one of yours ha worked like a charm, giring me
complete relief, and I hare not been troubled with
Rheumatism and Kidney Complaint since nsmg
them, and I consider myself cured
LDWARD li liUUNHAM
1Sbk from the City of Saint Joseph,
STATS OF MISSOTJKI.
Duiing tbe post week, from day to day, subscrip
tion hare come to me for the CMtrf. I send you a
list of names, and In ome future numlier I will no
tice each and every one of the gentlemen, their busi
ucm, A.e. loii hare limited my time, this week. Ni
much for business
And now, Sir. Editor, tell yiur nuden sometlung
about St. JcMeph. On the lith of March botoontold
n all about Sl Patrick, and miuh that on said was
news to the thousands of your reader. I exchanged
all of my old Bibles for the new t ersiou, that gn e
me no late new of our blcwd Sunt. Try to do so,
J. D McNtcly, wholesale dealer in Liquor aud
Grocene, corner ith aud Messanie Street otablicb
ed in 1856. How strange it seem tn date back twen-ty-Mvtn
years, when Mr MeNecly wa a Ioy of t
years, and the fourUi Ward wa not boundetL By
strict attention to business, with good and reliable
assistants, Mr MrN'eely ha accumulatcl enough of
thi world gooils, aud could retire. But be is not
that sort of a man, he w like the Demoi rat in Jack
son time, and the Mwoim Republican of tbe pres
ent day they may die, but never were known to re
sign an office. So it i with Mr J D McXenly He
hxa no trouble In busiue, can handle It with a long
arm, sell nothing but fine goud. Anv of our read
era that come to Su Joe will alwav meet with a
hearty wrlrome at the bouse of McNcelr, whither
they buy or not nil the same t Me Trr the cheap
experiment, and price hi good. I miv sfK-ak of him
The Pacific HorsE. Turn Kickward, Old Time,
say for seventeen years then tbe Piuihc Hotur wa
tbe best oue In the city What it wa then, it u to
day, llurotx like, it arone from it aj.hu, with a
"modern look" always well kept, without refertnee
tocortt orexiiense. Tlie buiiM in now under a lyiig
lease to Col Ira Wilson, who u thepntiroof land
lord, and dot not allow any one to Iran, tlie place
duatified with the attention tlu nceit Any of
imrrea.lerHwhoiirtit St Joe will find the Patitietirst
Brick Business and Dwelling House in
A number-one brick business and dwelling houe,
located in the centre of tbe business part of W hite
Cloud, on Main Street. The building i of brick,
put up in the most substantial manner, and of the
best material. The butinc house i 22x40 feet,
two stories high, situated on tho street corner The
dwelling part adjoin it, is also two storks high,
with ample room for any ordinary family, and ha
communication with the store noui, for the conve
nience of any person wishing to occupy both parts
Under the dwelling part is a large cellar The prop
erty oejupic three lots, with feme around the
whole, an excellent well at the bark door of the
dwelling, aud a substantial brick sidewalk in front
of the three lot.
The property i n great bargain to any one wish
ing to do businc and reside in W lute Cloud ior
particulars, a ply to R. M Willi ins
White Cloud, Kansas.
15 Don't forget u on pure Mmlla Binding
Twiuo nnd Binding Wire, of the liet quabtv
Hfkni y A, Lion;.,
IlarocfcK and Saddler
The undersigned wishes to Inform the people of
Highland and vicinity that we are better than ever
prepared to furnish anything in our line, at reasona
ble figures We have one extra good workman, who
understand making all kinds of collars, and we
would ask all to call and examine the kind of stock
we arc using We have just bought a large stock
of that old fashioned oak tanned leather from C
Benton A. Co, Peuu Now, this leather i very
expensive, by the time we pay the freight, and in
order to have a small profit," we will have to hai e
a little more for our harness than the usual price
But the inrestmint will "pay big," a a set of
harness, either light or heavy, will Iat, if oiled
twice a year, not less than fifteen years or more
than thirty. Now, this is extra leather, and it will
not crack or break like ordinary, or altout all of the
oak tanned leather. We buy through tho jobbing
bouses of the West Our collars will be made nut
of the same tanning, and also onr leather rlynetA
they will hist nearlv as long as tbe harness, if
properly taken rare of We will make a specialty
of doable and single buggy harness Don't forget
the place. Xobmax Cae.
24 may 4 w Highland, Kansas.
lyi' L. PalmerandC. Osgood, of White Cloud,
called on the CA( early Monday morning Peo
ple who want to travel on this end of the It A. M
Railroad, must necessarily be not only early birds,
but must encroach on their hour for sleep
tV For dressing the hair, and Itciutifying it
when gray, nothing i so sat i far tori a Parker
ty Our new Specialty The Hotiehold Sewing
Machine. All old spring jaws, cams tensions, and
feeds, tbrown ntcrloard Simplicity, thon art a
jewel IIffnli A. Lion,
7 S. n. Cutter, who used to live at the Junc
tion, now keep a frnit stand at the St. Joseph Mar
ket House. We ran across him, the other dav , he
is paralyzed in one side, and badlr used up
iy It i seldom that yon will feel unwell or suf
fer from indigestion if you use Brown's Iron Bitters.
C Hate you seen the new McCornilch Bindir
and Thoma Rake! at HienltA Lyons
r?" The heavy frosts, the early pnrt of last week,
did damage in localities of thi County, but no gen
eral injury. We hear that tbe gripe in several
vineyards are badly nipped
CF McGinni Jefirie, tbe man whom God tempt
ed to steal, has had his tnal, pleaded guilty, and
been sentenced to one year a imprisonment in the
jail at Independence, Mo
p Cy Leland has come to the conclusion that
the employment of eunuchs, both two and fonr leg
ged, ou his numerous farm, offer the oulr chance
to run them with profit
ty The Ladies' Mission Society will meet at the
residence of Mrs. L. D Noycs, Wednesday after
noon, June Cth All are cordially invited to attend
C?Mrs. Dittemore, of Wolf River Township, a
daughter of C W. Hargis, of Troy died at her fa
titer's residence, Friday, the ltb
17 During tbe storm, last 1- nday night, a chim
ney of Charley Bnrkhalter bouse wa struck by
yitis the doty of every man who owns prop
erty, to see that his yard Is kept clean.
n?" The County Board will meet, next Monday,
as a Board of Equalization
17 Morehead A, Hagenbuch's concert hall I
open every mghu
CF Ben. W. Fleming A Bro.t tho leading
Hatters. Terms cash. Prices the Lowest.
407 Felix Street, St. Joseph, Mo.
Farmer in North Eastern Kansas, who are fenc
ed up, and have no range for stock, and no grass
bind, call on the Eastern Kansas Land and Loan
Company, Atchison, Kansas, who will sell tracts of
land of any number of acres desired, cheap, and on
easy terms- 3mayS3.
htjuha coxttty p AjmntB iJuroroBSaiE.
We have for sate. In Range 14, Nemaha
County, three quarter sections of land,
320 acres In one tract, and ISO adjoining,
all for $4,200, If sold soon,
TAYLOR A BASSETT,
amatjw. Seneca, Kansas.
t7 If cost won't sell my Clothing, I will sell it to
yon at a yrut fojrer. Am bound to close it out.
CF. Vas BitKicK.
CV See the advertiecment cf Palmer A, Orton, f
White Cloud, who have a large amount of native lum
ber for sale, both green and seasoned
E" Do you want good bread ' Try Severance
C? The place to get native lumber, i at Pliur
A, Orton, White Cloud.
CP When you go to mill, take your wheat to Sev
erance Mill, and exchange for flour.
In and About Donlphnn-
Noticing that you mentioned, in last weeVa Cktef,
that for ten years yon had never failed to hate cor
; rcspondence from different sections of the County,
; and knowing that I Lave but seldom failed with my
: small mail bag t tell your many readers the inci
dents so far aa this community Is concerned, I now,
after a spell of sickness, resume my old position.
Doniphan is still in exUtence, the best town site
on tbe Missouri River Its merit cannot be over
looked, while left in the lurch, for the time beinj,
by Its sister city, Atchison.
Now for news. Uncle George Waller is repairing
bridges, so that your humble servant can possibly
make a tnp wit bout Iom of life or limb.
The Douiphan bras band, with their wagon,
were out on a pien ic, last Sunday. The boys make
Another one of those temble accident occurred
near Itoniphan, on the place of John Cooper. Hi
son Charles, aged about 14, went out with the gnn,
last Sunday, to kill a hawk that had been taking
young chickens. He went only a short distance
from tbe house, was gone only a short time, when
the family thought of him, and went to look for his
whereabouts. The father and little son found bim
lying ou his back, shot through from the chin to the
back part of tbe bead, with a terrible wound, dead,
with the gun a short distance from him. Death
must hare been instantaneous, aa the body was yet
warm when fonnd. Tbe father carried him to the
house, when an awful sight met the gaze of mother
and sisters The friends, as soon aa notified, gath
ered in to see poor Charley, one of the best aud
most dutiful boy in or near Doniphan. He was
dressed for Sunday School, being a regular attend
ant, but was rut off from one of those blessed priv
ileges calculated to incuhnte good religious and
moral instruction to the young This death falls
heavily on the family. The neighbors and friends
sympathize with the family. The funeral took place
Monday, at 3 o'clock. A large attendance was at
the bonse, where rather Leak, in his ever ready
way, delivered a splendid discourse, and also a
warning to the living on the dangers and uncertain
ty that attend life. Peace to poor Charley's memo
ry He was boned beside hu brother, in the Doni
Thi I the third accident and death that baa oc
curred on Sunday, and all In the month of May
Charley Hahn, John James and Charley Cooper.
If there is to be a warning, let those that live take
warning, and may the great God that rules the
destiny of all men. stay the hand of death, that
those who lire may repent of their evil ways, and
can keep in memory the love and cherish the good
and kindness of those dear boys.
Married, at the home of the bride's father. May
20th, 1983, by W. L. Iak, J. P., Mr. Charles Wil
son to 31is Mary Y. Weyer, of Doniphan. The
company consisted mainly of the family connec
tions, and no cards.
Many thauka to Capt. Phllbnrk and lady, for
ki ml tie 4 during our illness. We never go back on
friend, and the time to try them is In sickness.
When our frail bodies are racked with pain, then is
the time that a soothing comforter Is appreciated.
Jol SchUtzbaum 1 repairing and remodeling his
residence Charley llabertroh 1 doing the work.
Anton Braun i making some new additions to
r mile Poirier and others, from St Joe, were dow n
Adam Brenner tell us hi grape crop I injured
badly by the frost
Joph Schletzbaum turning out some as fine
wagon a can 1m made In Kansas. He has No 1
Utu Ramsey ha at last succeeded in getting bis
tension If e.er a man was Justly entitled to a
liensnn,it was Mr Ramsey. He was a good sol
dier, and hi health was ruined by exposure and
bard tramping It dot a n good when a good man
i Urn fitted in that way; but there is a class of
min who art getting pensions that they are not
honestly entitled to But anything but work, with
l lulling is said to bo piscatory sport. A sincere
follower of Sir Izaak Walton, Jeff. Ingalls, Esq ,
came up, last week, and met the champion fisher
(catfish) of the County, and went home, after fish
ing for many hours, vanquished John M. Ege did
the business, and now speaks in favor of Kansas
stream. Hurrah for Independence Creek! so full
of glorious memories.
A returned Texan says Doniphan looks natural,
when Le can meet men who once believed in the fu
tnrc greatness of the lest town site on the river.
Da. id I-rank is at the beautiful home of bis son
in law, Oeorge Brenner.
Doc Floyd, after hi arduous duties atltanning,
a a school teacher, has returned borne, to reap the
reward of well done, thou good and faithful serv
The luiiurililt Adam Vbuell now IauBhters
Woe, and our community i supplied with an ar
ticle of beef that 1 lis tlie bill in every particular,
and, withrut blaming him, depletes our pockets.
There ajqear to be some trouble in regard to the
proper naming of tho chart h budding that has been
erected by the Baptists on the high prairie, near
Mrs. McCoy land, owned previously by Joseph
Symn The writer know nothing of the merits of
said misunderstanding, but will lie permitted to
suggest "Jordan Creek Church," the name of a
stream rendered dear to the heart of Christisn,
irrespective of cited.
J R WeUh i now painting the Langan farm
bouse He Is putting on a double coat. What means
the action of the painter f Thoma. ne and ex
plain More rain fill, last week, which make a fine pros
h ct for wheat ind corn
W m Fge, after many years of quietude aud long
ing, ha at last Wen the recipient of a fine boy, born
May J-ith, 1883. William wascalledonby his many
friend, to set up the beer, which he did
A good deal of corn i being replanted, on account
of cold weather.
Jrluel Frazee, Mike Langan, John Harding and
Joe Brittain were tu towu,last week Report crop
looking finely ,
Joe Langan and John Colligau are feeding their
large herd of cattle and hogs near town. W ill ship
some time iu Jnne
H Weyer and wife returned to Rulo, Nebraska,
last Monday morning
Milton Curtis wa iu town, last week, with his
new wife Success, Milton
A henry rain storm, last Sunday night No dam
age, as far as heard from
W bile Dr Dinsmore was down at Doniphan, vis
it in: some patient, at the house where he wa he
discovered an organ, and asked a young lady to
play some for bun Being of a bashful nature, she
wished to exense herself by saying, ''Doctor, per
ha.H you have girl who play much better than I
she supjostng he wa a married man She was
correct He has a girl that play the organ He
tol 1 the young lady he wa single, aud was not
blessed with girl, so he hoped she would favor
him with some music That, perhaps, keeps the
doctor from getting married all the young la lies
think be is married ard jerhap old enongh to hare
younirl that would be large enough to get mar
ried W e w ould think that plarca the doctor on th 9
Prof I rnt Kuehl haa returned from W alliens,
nudoti inquiry, says that he bid a good school at
that place, aud moreover, the people there treated
him like one of their own If an j body wants to
bar anything in praise of the people of Wathena,
he need but refer to the gentleman aforesaid He
clotted hi school with a picnic, but Mr W fggin. and
other learned men of that ilk saw fit to close it ab-
ruptlr, by a first-class rain.
Mis Susie Leak closed her school here, last Tues
day, with a picnic for the children, in the grove ad
joining the school building The children enjoyed
We understand Da id rrank, Geo Brenner' fa
ther in law, is very low with malarial ferer.
Lvek am Anon.
The prlnffTlroe bs. Cmr,
Ami tho public will finil at oar .tore a fall .tuck
of all tbe lateat and bc.t Spring Goodf at low down
prirca, tbat cannot be beat in thi. country. Alao,
Oroccnca, at bottom figure.; anda.toclc of Vann
ing implement, of tbe beat and moat improTed
Linda, anrh aa the farmer. Deed at thi. aeaaon.
Deal at borne, and .are time and money.
Highland Station, Kan
ZxT A .fc Tonr grocer for" ScTerance bnowflaae.
f-LOla IVt Fall wheat, retail, M-3S1M.
WnaaT-rall, Meitl on
OaT-I-raW K.0O. J 00
Bacox SJu, 1!-.
Hooa rem a (Jo.
PIT. I.Ol'lft 7IABKBT.
Wheat Actlre bat tctt nawttled and lower 3f.arefl
I a 1 SM ek-ain at II 1J Jon; It 91al SOJ rloriBf at
II SI JolT. tlaiaviu-ail-n- II 091 31 On cloalagat
II 09J tb. ,nr Sa.ZRd.tllO.llli
Cm In-r-n-laran-l t4.w; uj.aj-raob. StlaMIe As
gnat, rle tbe year
ilata Very alow, i.lr radi, -JJc Jawe- H
l;i rirttx-r ai COe bid.
Lrlry Dan at Ua?3c
HazmAj aad taruM dctaa&d, lifht ahipptag. If BO
.7 On- reogh t rood mixed -vackiag. Is soa7 00; batcher,
taenia. 7 I" '.a- Eecelpta. 3,tUt ahlpmewta, aSO.
Cattle Rerefpta. LS0O- .mpBM-ata, rOO. HeBTy ablpplag
.terra air. and Wer at tSTS.ilft- gwd Bgat totalr, li
wS- r-at--eii.l 2 .a OS- nwa.riS0.Sm.
Cmcaoo, Slav 2
Wheat 1'iu-rttkd and fewer- II li Var, II Ui TaBe
II Uial liJalr.tl-nAaraat.tl 13 the Tear; .rpnag
tl lijall 111 V 39V: winter II USUI.
rant actiie and lower; SSjaU. caahs 3ia.3re3laT,
55Je Jane- flieJalr; See Angnat SlSeUaTear
Data Eaakr; 3fe rain: 33ie Man 392391c JaBe; Hie
Jalr. Me ABgtiat. 31c the Tear.
I je Firmer at C4tc ,
I .alley vB-ina at Me.
llnga Ceeetpta. 11.000- ahiptnewfa. 2.100. Fair abipplag
den-a&d. n-aiket wUfcuit alterBtioo. BaUtd. 91 11 10
Bcrr r:i037-light. MSTtl0-aUpa,p30a.
Cattle Keenpta, SOO- .hipa-eata. llio. MaitM Itrlatj
early opened atrong and cli. d dallandSalDctowef.lBalB
lr on chow, heary export., $sa3wC10- good to rbricw
ahtpplag. 3 WIS M, coto-aon t. tail IS 5.
And Gents' Furnishing Goods
TO BE SLAUGHTERED !
AND WILIi BE SOLD AT AND
Below Eastern Cost
TO CLOSE OUT
The htock i FULL ami COMPLETi: in p m tli-Mrtim-iit. nts' ami Youths'
StUi-.h anil Xol)l Custom M.ulo Suits, cqtml fo Mi reliant T.tilor'sfiootl, at half the
cost. A lull htoti. r HOYS' ami CHILDKKVS Sl'ITS Ik low t-ost. Men's pxxl
MiitK innn $.1 to i?U. -
To all 'HTsuiis wanting goods in this lino, I will s,ij that the t an SAVE MOSEY
by taling atHautage of the great reiliution in jmt es of this MikK. Call and exam
ine goods and 'inus, and satNfj jourselu-s
Ilaxiug a large outMiU- liusiiu ss that requires m jx-iroiinl attention, J will say
that this stork of goods must lie tlosed out, if possible, lij Jnlj lht, xwtboiit regard
319 Felix Street, het. :ttl mid 4tli, St.
CHAMBERS, MARNEY & CO.,
so?, josepbc, avro.,
IVorlli SUU I't-Iiv Street, In-1. .7th mill Clli.
New Goods now on Sale :
.10 Piece Rlack f.ros (.rain ami Ottoman .Sill., L' to .VK-. anl
under alue. Prices 7.V., ?1.IK), IX., flM, up to -.'."i, ik r j.utl.
60 Piece Colored Dress Sill.s, in mcu shades.atl.lMipcr jartl; worth
anj where 15 to l.-l(l ptr janl
H!i Piece all IVool Caxlmicrc, new h nh s. .itie. per.al: usual price
inim GO to (wc.
Dre GooiN ami Ti'iiiuiiiiigs, all the late n tides.
Silk, Lisle Thrcail and Cotton Hosiery, largest hue iu the uty.
Ladic' and Children's Eace and Eine'n reckHeai'amI Furnish
ing Hoods, of eii'ij ilesuiption.
In Suit Rooms, (attesMliIe 1, h iiiilsome l'.issinger Eleator,) Sew Suits,
S'ew Spring Wrappings, ,U rse. Smt.-.'.I.K ki ts and Polonaise, Caiiilirii Underwear.
"Bridal Outfits" and "Infants' Outfits" a Specialty.
,000 jds. Ottoman Ribbon,
Worth double this jinte.
yds. Ottoman Ribbon,
a this price.
Come and See Us, or
in order to make room for Dry
Goods, I oifer my stock at prime
cost, and it shall be sold at that
until the last piece of Clothing is
C. F. VAN BUSKIRK.
THE POI'F'M I.FTTFIt.
Fall Text f thr liTUwnemt W hlrh Ilni C rr
lrd m iniaslion.
Tbe following tit tlic full text of tho rirrular al
lirweilbTtLe I!ly ir to the Insh ltijoi, an 1
.lUpatrli(Ml from Kunir tnrirli of tlin i mi tlie Iltli
liatfvfr may bo the rasea rejiinN Mr Ianiell
Mnmelfmntl hisjobjert, it i at all e.ent irureI
that many of hi lullowerx Iiaicimmaiiywrn
adopted a line of roiiilurt iu open enntrjtlictiuu t
the rules laid down bv tbe Ntij renin !tntitr iu bi
letter to tbe Cardinal Arrbbmbop of Imhlln. and
roDtainel in tbe intruetit.nfi wnt to the lriib ltih
oi by tbu sarred Lonsrrsation, aud iinanuuonrtly
acceided by them at their reeent meetin at Unhlin.
It trno tbat, acroniiu- tu tho- infttrnrtiin, it 1
Uwfnl fortbe lnb t wek redreM fr their srnr
aneeiandtontrive fur their nj;bt, bat al wava at
tbe same time obnerriDC tbe Divine maxim to meL,
fir-t the kingdom of God and hw jtutice, and remrm
bennj alto tbat it is wicked to J amber anv eannf,
no matter bow jiut, by illegal meant
It is therefore the duty of all the rlrrgy. and ea
pec-ally of the Ihshop, to curb the excite, feeling
of the multitude, and to take every opixirtunu.
with timely exhortation to recall them to tbe jo
tice and moderation which are neecsary in all
things, tbat so they may not be led nwar by preed
of gam to ro.ntake e Til for good, or to place their
hopes of public prosperity in the ihapo of criminal
acts. Hence it follows tbat it i not p.miiltt:d to
any of the clerjry to depart from tb? rulethem
selTes, or to take art in or in any way promotu
movements Inconsistent with prudence and with tho
duty of calming men's mind. It is certainly not
forbidden to collect for tbe relief of ditre4 in Ire
land; but at the same time tbe aforesaid apovto'ir
mandates absolutely condemn ucb collection a
are raited In order to Iu flame popula pawion, and
to be used as a means for leading men into rebellion
against the laws. Abo.e all things they, tbe clergy,
must hold tbeiusclres aloof from sneb tnbacnption
when it is plain that hatred and distentions are
a rooted br them, tbat ditinga,hcd persons arc
loaded with insults, that never in any way are een
urea pronounced against tbe crimes and luunlern
with which wicked men sustain themselves, aad e
IeciallT when it is asserted tbat the measure of true
patriotism is in proportion to tbe amount of iuoner
given or refused so as to bnng the pevple under
the pressure of intimidation.
In these circumstance it must be evident toyonr
Lordship that the collection called tbe "l'arnell
Testimonial Inm." can not be approved by this
.sacred Congregation; and consen,uentlT it can sot
be tolerated that any ecclesiastic, much Jess a l.iH
op, should take anv part whatever in recommending
or promoting iu Meanwhile we pray God long t
preserve your Lordship.
For Sole, In Doniphan Coanljr, earveTcr-
Farm known aa tfoek Chureb Farm, north-eant
quarter, less IS acres, in section 12. township -I,
range 19; well fenced and in excellent rondkion.
Also, a pasture of KA sen, south half south west .
of section 12, township J, range 19, and west half
north west quarter aection 13, township 4, range 19.
well watered by the north fork of Independence
Creek, and well fenced- 5ection road was transfer
red to north line of iatnrr. For partK-alara. ap
ply at r. ncYUiicr C-iUXOB,
SGapHw. AtchUon. Ka.
CfT Oar Uwna. Organdies, and IMted Swlaa,
are on bands, and ekeap they are, too.
C, F. Yax ItcsKiec
Cy Severance Mills exchange floor ami bra for
wheat. Quality guaranteed.
UorcHoTBoi- A talented divine of Chicago ad
vanced the ingenious theory that the wiekrd wm be
emploved In the next world at what ther moat kor
dially'detestin this. If this assumption is aeevirate,
it is quite, logical to predict that N1 Miller, of the
Troy Cktef, will be. In tbe great hereafter, the
wretched pobltaheT of a paper with patent "in
nards." Emjnna J cr. ?
CT 3ew i ork papers are very positive that Mrt
KeUy and lien. Butler will role the lmocratldr
roostiaIM,or-V.,000 Tammaayns will know the
reason why. V
BT The Xew York Tribune thinks Uncle TttieaV
barrel waa tappe.1 when Gould aold the irorW.
nil new tdiaih-s, all widths, i
Send for Samples.
nil new shades, all widths, L'.V. eryard.
WisliiiiJi' to so en
out of Clotliing,
(.1 IT1.AI S IJOM.S.
Sim. 1 hcj ni- IiItenlii7 In the ailonal
Tlilteiiiu In UateulllgtrtU.
In a small roui Iu the upper story of the Nation
al Mum-u ni, fnniicrlr lunl a Theatre, in AVasbiug
ton are two tvikmIcu travs, aimilar to those used by
boUfstLwi-tn for knemling dough, ltat in this in
stance the cvntrulrioftbe travsare of a more ghast
ly description. Wing the highly polished bones of
tlie U5ursfiu (uiieau W bile insH-cting the remains
of the nt furious iriimujl, tbe attention of your cor
respucilc it was.ltrrctcd to tho extraordinary white
ne of tbr Ifoue. and tLeir resemblance to polished
ivorv attempt has been made to articulate the
skeleton and the trays bear no number by which
tl ey rould le distinguisbe! from similar recepta
rle in tbe museum
"LtMik in tbat pajMjr box over there, if yon want
to see an uitcreting skull," said the guide, point
ing to a deep hat box on a mall table strewn with
bourn and tools usel by anatomists. There was a
bichly i-olinhed ikull in the Imix, and on the right
side wa tlie detiectiou which the Insanity experts
wrangled ubont dnnng the trial. The attention of
tbe guide was drawn to this fact, but he laughed at
the idea of it being an indication of insanity.
4 A jerfeetly symmetrical head, said he, "would
lea rare as n "white, blackbird. Out of eighteen
hundred tkull examined at the museum during tbe
dispute about (Juneau bead, ouly one was found
crffct. and that is now down stairs in one of tbe
It wjs ascertained that io prei-ariug tbe bones of
of the dead murderer, mot than usual rare bad
been taken to preserve them, and ronneUntly tbe
skeleton, when mounted, will be the best in the col
lection of the museum. It baa leen deemed adrlsa
bTe, f r prudential reasons, to keep the bones in a
stcure j uce until they can be exhibited to visitors,
but all talk about their Identity having been lost is
iKiftlt One of the first question, of the tourist doing
tbe uiueum is to be shown Uniteau'a skeleton, and
in order to escape being bored, the surgeon in
charge has declined to ascertain its location In the
buibTing The process by which the bones were
treated insures their perpetuation for an indefinite
jienod, and Anatomist L. F. hcbafhirtt gave Ma
personal attention to the work, ot a bone baa
been lot, and, as before stated, wben articulated,
tbe skeleton will be tbe best In the museum. The
planter casts of bis skull hare the same indentation
as the real head Tbe coffin in which the remains
of tbe ascauin were removed from the Jail three
days after bunal, is retained at the museum, but
the outer box is still in the ground at the Jail. A
trusted racial has the key of the room In which the
bones are kept, and no one Is allowed to range at
will in this apartment.
Tun Cattle Cbazc Owners of cattle ranchea,
and stock raisers of every description, are growling
terribly about tbe cattle craze which baa seized the
nation. Capital,! of big and small fortune are
rushing Into the business and buying ranchea of
which t her know nothing, and are going to run them
tinder TDnfifTcrent management. A banker who la
interested in lire stock in south-west Missouri,
showed a Gtuhe-Drmnrrat reporter a letter from his
lupenn Undent, wherein it wa stated that young
cattle In Arkansas, Texas and Missouri are in such
active t'einand tbat they cannot be bought for any
reasonable price which would allow a margin for
feeding and caring for them ontd next year. Three-year-olds
have been sold for & to t40, aad calves
have been picked up all through Arkansas at $23 to
5 a bead. Having earned them on the range for a
year, the same class of cattle sold In the market of
Kansas City, M. Louis and Chicago for 45, after
Eaying freight charges of flsSO to HC0 a head. "This
usinessi being overdone," said the banker, and
I would not be surprised to find a year hence numer
ous suiTerer who have not recovered from the ef
fect of the fever. On my ranch 1 have aold calve
for i! w hirh cost me only 17 CO, and of course made
a handsome profit out of the men who are plunging
headlong Into stock raising without estimating the
cost. A man of means can stand the fun, but one
who la working on borrowed capital will have to
nr hat Is l-elieved to be the last letter ever
wntten by Thoma Jefferson ha Just been found la
an old family JJible at Baltimore. It was a note of
regret addressed to Mayor A eightman that scknea
would prevent his attending the exercises in that
dty July 4. ltfiG.
C7 The quantity f beer produced In the United
flute last year averaged more than fourteen gallon
for every Inhabitant of tbe country, being Sffi,UW,000
The objects of a tariff an? twoT.-ld. One object la
to raise money to carry on our Government . tbe sec
ond object I to keep cut of our country cert n foi-
eign good, o a to induce men to make them in
thi country The people m tie United States want
certain kinds of goods. They must either buy them
abroad, or make them at borne ; an 1 it is an Induce
ment to make ami sell tbem here., if the goods
brought from abroad arc taxed by duties, which is
added to the cost, while the goods made here are
not taxed This is simple statement of what I
called the doctrine of protection of home industry
The tanffdnties tend to keep out foreign goods, and
allow our manufacturers to sell their goods without
foreign competition, ami at higher prices. Now,
the party tbat pays the duty is tbe consumer of
tbe article Imported, and tbe party that is benefited
is the home manufacturer of the same class of goods,
providing the cost of labor is equal. Let us give
very simple example. A pocket knife could be
brought over from -hcmVM, in FngTand, and sold
inSt. Joseph, Mo., if there was no tariff tax, for say
forty cents, but the importer finds that he must pay
a duty of say fifteen cents; therefore, to make a
profit, the knife must be utd for forty cents, plus
the fifteen cents duty, which would make tbe knife
cost the consumer fifty fire cents, instead of forty
cents, if there was no duty. Now, the American
manufacturer, seeing this, says, I can make the
same kind ofa knife, and sell it at fifty cents, ana
will have no tax to pay Now, if the labor of the
two countries was adjusted ou the same scale, and
the rate of interest on investment was tbe same.
the American manufacturer would make ten rents
on each knife, while the importer would make
nothing. That would give the American manufac
turer ten cents on each knife protection. Tbe Amcr
ican manufacturer finds that, notwithstanding the
difference in the cost of labor, he can make a good
profit, and undersell the Importer of tbe obrthcld
knife; hence the itu-torter must flop huteortin;
Then Government re.enue stops, and the home
manufacturer has a clear field to market his knife
In. Thus a high tariff protection amounts to prohi
bition. Sow, this pocket knife is a symbol of all
goods manufactured, under tariff protection, and
the consumer must foot the bill, and the worlds' de
mand adjust the value and cost to the consumer.
The farmer cannot get any protection ou bis pro
ductions and surplus products Tbe price of grain
Is fixed In the worlds markets, and is not rated by
the tariff of any particular country The farmer
cannot recene any benefit fu this high protective
tariff, as he, being a consumer, has to pay a higher
price for nearly everything he consumes. His plow
Is taxed", and in fact, all his farm m lemrnts, also
his clothing, and many things that come into daily
consumption, that are pmdiued tinder the protec
Now, doea tbie protective svstrni in any way bene
fit the community, and especially does it benefit the
agriculturist I According to the census of !, the
value of tbe products manufactured in the United
States was t l,8S.8tt,7GI, and in 1A80. It was &3ZV
i7i,191 The census takes no account of any estab
lishment the value of the products being less than
$sA, during the cousus year, nor of the products
inanufjeturrd by railroads, quartx milling, petrole
um, refining, gas works, and newspaner establish
ment. Tlie acreage off arms in IM i. according
to the census, 407,000 IXs) acres, in 14) it bad in
creased to MtyW0,UU acres an inerrae of about !
percent , while the value bad increased fifty three
per cent , being, in ISU), $s6 04J.O0T, in !, !,.
197,0!o,T7ix The total value of agricultural products
for IKS), the ccusns year, amonnted to e3,tl-0,W.0in,
being valued on the farm Now, the firm value of
the exirts of products of agnctiltirc during the
year rndiug June 3Hh, IW, uuiounts to only $
IW),000, showing tbat right r six per cent of the to
tal alue of the products of agriculture wa4ionuui
td in tbe United States, and oulr fourteen r cent
was exported to foreign countries, rurther, the
census of 1880 shows that 7fl,ifO persons have
occupations, and lew than eight million were engaged
in agriculture, aud 3,-t 000 were directly employ nl
In manufacturing and mechanical industries It i
not far fruiu actual fact, to say that 10,000,000 per
sons (inrlnding all tbe workers dciindcnt upon ami
receiving their support from these two branches of
industries, l-esidea the professional men) were an
essential condition. Then, the U,t,0n0 of i-cr
sons imployed Iu transportation of supplies. It
mast be remembered that manufactures gne rise t
a constant demand for food also to a constant flow
of material. These facts in regard to the number of
persons engaged iu various occupations serve, fu a
sinking manner, to illustrate the importance of
manufacture to the interest of labor
rroni the foregoing statements, it a pilars that
manufactures, commerce, agncultural pursuit, nun
fug, transportation, aud all other great buMi.er.
pursuits and intcrtsts of the country, combine and
take bold on each other in unmerous wavs, aud are
vital elements of national prosperity, and tbeyare
inseparable. Tbe whole entire commerce of the
world is governed by supply and demand, ami any
governmental action disturbing one of these great
element generally results In a financial ensis
The text of the first tariff law, passed July 4tb,
1TS9, Is as follows. t hereas, it is necessary for the
support ef Government, fur the discbarge of the
debts of the United States, and tbeencouragrment
and protection of manufactures, tbat duties he laid
on goods, wares and merchandise imported, AVc.
This great pnnciple has been reiterated and passed
upon and earned Into successful operation, till its
soundness is fully established There is no protec
tion in a stnctlr revenue tariff thtt is. to an Amer
ican manufacturer If a revenue? is to lc derived
from an article, it must be imported ; and to be Im
ported, it must le manufacture! in Mime other
country, and the duty must be fixed at such n rate
as to Invite the importation Therefore, the doty
cannot serve on a single article the double pnriose
of revenue and protect tou. The tenii is ambiguous,
ami very apt to mislead the masses. A tanff for
revenue and protection would lie the Imposition of
duties on articles of luxury and merchandise not
advantageously manufactured iu this country, and
a dntv adjusted upon other merchandise, ao as to
enable home manufacturers to pay American wages,
and compete with foreign manufacturers with foreign
wages. Such a system would protect the la1orrr
and consumer, but with our present standard in
mannfaetunng, such a tariff would be imperative,
as American skill and genius has blotted out tbe
line where we cannot, with proper protection, man
ufaeture any article we consume, or can import.
A few of the leading industries will show the drift
and advancement of the United States. In ISO), our
population was 31,43,2.1; In !&. it was 20,1783,
aa Increase of nearly sixty i-cr cent. Tlie coal pro
duct Increased from I5,173,HW tons in lV,to?l,0.?
.fet'tons in 1W0, being 30 per cent No doubt this
great Increase was caused mostly by the Increased
fleniand for coal as n source of motive power, in
manufactures and transjiortation. The turning of
metallic ore is almost entirely dependent upon man
ufactures. The production of pig iron increased
from 8t,474 tons in 1W-0. to 4tt!3X3 tons in 13.
This was mostly caused by tbe growth of the great
steilmannfactunes Mop your manufactures, and
the Vital cord is severed Tlie result cannot Iw pic
turrd. All ibeeonsnmersout of employment, traus
Iortatiun and every contingent industry thereto
must soon come to a stand still Iluild up the home
manufacture, produce what the country needs, and
borne competition will adjust tbe prire to its pnper
level, ns I have shown before, in the manufacture of
the steel rail A M
v Senator Plumb, of Kansas, unites with mauv
other sagacious Kepublicans In predicting a great
reviral in the party a fortunes tbu fall. He cxpecta
to see it secure much better vantage ground lu tbe
oliticaI contest of this year than it reached In 1879.
and to be able to enter upon the campaign of 1881
with good prospects of success. After look fog eare
fully orer tbe field, and talking with many promi
cent part r leaders, he gives it as bis opinion tbat
IecidedIy. the Hepublican party is in better
health. -Vie York Ttionmc.
f "(lath." said the Governor, "coing West Is
all a lottery. There are men just as good a our
at . , t.-l -a-..I t . -.i e-n.i
Minnesota Ufnuavniir aianc w. u mmi'i
aome town with apparently better prospects than
ours, and they have settled down, and tbe channels
of movement drew away from them and left tbem,
a it were, switched off. 1 think that all men, or
nearly all, do well In going W est, but there is still a
ItT" One of the canons freaks of the cvclone at
Henry Glendenning'a farm, wa the turning half
arounu oi a iocus. iree aooui a ioov in uuunc.er,
leaving It standing otherwise apparently unharmed
A mortise hole through the body, whicb, before the
storm opened to tbe east and west, now stands
north and south AlacniZe Tribune.
n Maine Is not a candidate for President, he
protest, let there are Bepublieana In Pennsylva
nia who will give heavy odds that Illaiae will have
three-fourths of the delegates ef the State In tbe
next I'epoblicaa National Convention. FkilaHrlphui
FT A Florid man aavs the stories about the In-
TBincrmuie ro. oi an angaior rr ait aumrumrm mm
he ha oftei. blown the top of an alligator's head off
with a charge of buckshot. He also aays all gator
steak is delicious.
The Grand Army Post, fearing they could not se
cure sufSeient flowers for decoration purpose at
Andersonville. CI a., has ordered fourteen thousand
small flags with which to decorate the graves. -
moaamooga Aim ft
17 There I seme talk of aecwnng the services of
Mr. ifoeoiing. engineer or urooaiyn big unuge, u
span the bloody chasm which yawns between tbe
free trader and prot-.-etioe.st of tbe Democrat!--
rTbe Grand Duke Alexia, who bad the honor
of visiting Kansa aome years ago, and of being re
ceived by our State Legislature, I now tbe Adml
ralrin Chief of the Russian navy.
Mr. B. Conk ling, late Republican Senatorial snort
er, is not needed in tbe Democratic camp, either a
a leader, low pnvate or sutler. JLfavns TVeraaA
sa! Mettengcr, Ucm.
fy Tbe sub-trrasorr at N'ew York now contains
over 1120,000,000 of gold, silver and greenback, and
the U. & assay office at that city eentaina ten tons
Tbe Governor ef New York lost hi overcoat, and
a goodly nambcr of people their poeketbooka, at the
great bridge opening at Brooklyn. -
The veteran JuUst. Josh Hillings. Is now & years
old, and has a grandson nearly a young man. Josh's
real name I Henry YV. Shaw.
17 There are 3 Post of the Grand Array of
the Republic In Pennsylvania.
A sjCIEfTIFIC PIsrOTPRTi.
iw and Vlast Ia.pr.nat Thearr Owe of
Ike Hosl Iisl CJueslIaa oftbr Unr
If any one had informed Qucn iT--itI. ii her
palmiest days. t!it she could have Ic n -. .-d u
her palace in London and converged with ir alter
Kaleigh in his North Carolina home, rec? vm n re
ply from bim within an bo ir s tim, sl e would have
declared it to bo a mirar nd vet. In t thi r lived
iu the present day, th attutvi.t ml a.!e woil 1 most
readily have been witnc-cd and mt seem at all
strange or unnatural Tbetnith is. new p.-nci;dci
arc coming into etitnvr. ami tl.v operatuu or
many laws unknown in tie past is lcoiuing fullv
understood in the present lu no war does this fact
come mere forciblr tn tbe mind than in the cure and
treatment of tlifhrmau body M Hioth of peoj le
have died in past a;e from . me intiguifii sut or ea
sily controlled cane, wbirb i ihoruugblr uuder
stood now, and readily handled Consumption dn
nng the entire past has brcu considered an incura
hie disease. .nd yet it is demonstrated that it ba
been and can le cured, even after tt has had a long
ruu Ir Jelix Oswald has jut euntnbntcd a nota
ble article on this snl.jTt tu tue ilyftf.rr Struct
JIvmtAIf lie regards conMiniptii n as itj'uionary
scrofula. The impnrititsuf the blood pnJutcncon
stant irntatum in the lun, thus destrojiu:;
their delieate tissnes and caiiMng death Ha theo
ry shows conclusively tlut rouumpti n is a bloo.i
dicac It has It origin primnlr in a deranged
condition of the kidmvs or liver tlie only two or
gansof the body, asdefrow the Itiag. that pnnfy
the blood hen the tn'nrvs or liver are d eael
they are In a sore or btrrr-iti-d slate, which coiuiuu
meatcs poison to rvery ounce of blood that passes
through them This imhouo4 blood cirrul.tc
through the svstem, ami comes t the !uug, where
the poison 11 lepomted. caaing decomposition in tho
finely formed cells of tbe !ung4. Vny il.ea-l part
of the body has contaminating power and yet tbe
blood, which is the life of the system i broight in
to direct coutact with this poison I orin. thu
carrying contagion to all urts of tte ln.d v H shop
Jessel Peek. 1 1 1 . LL. 1 wbo death has leeii
so recently regretted, reported to haw diel of
pneunitnia which iu4ilieal autlionlies) utliruiiuli
ratra a diseased condition of the kiduevs It l well
known, morrover, that fr several rears bo h-vd
been the victim of severe khlney tnuible. ami the
rn umonia which nnally termiuatcd his life wis on
v the Iat result of the previous blood ptosuuing
1 he dea.ly matter which is left in tbel ings hr the
impure blood clogs up an I finallv chokes the pi
ttent When this i accomplished ripdlh it iealltl
pneumonia, or quick consttmpti u. h-n slowly
consumption, but in anv event ft i the result of
impure blood, caused by di-eas.il kidnevaand liver
these are facts of science, and vinwhed for bv all
the leading physicians of the day. They show the
desirability nay, tbe necessity of Icepingthn most
important organs in erfeet condition not only to
insure health, but alo to escape death It hasltcen
filly shown, to tbe satisfaction cf nearlvererr un
trejudiecd miud, tbat Warners stft KmIiicv an!
iver Cnre is tbe oulr knowu reiiie.lv that rati enrc
ami keep in health the grcit ldiHd purifving organs
oflheUwIv It attsilirrctly npou these menilters,
beating alt ulcirs whuli mav hive formed til them
and placing Ibein in u cooditiou to purify an I not
poison the blood This is no idle stutenieitt or f.ns
theory Mr W t Beach forennu of the Burab.
Kublier Tyjtc lroundrv wasgivuuptoilie bv lioth
physicians aud friend, lor four vear be bad a
ternble cough, arcompanuM by night sweat-, chills
and all the well known symptoms He spent a sea
sou South, and found no relief lie savs I tin illy
concluded to trv Warner s Vife I tire and tu tbreo
montha I gained twenty iMunds, tecov.rcd mv lost
energy, anil my health was fullv rrt.rrd The
list could U prolonged mdehnilel,, but t noiizh haa
been said to prove to every sufferer from puluioub.
troubles, that there is no reason to In- dicourngewl
iu the least, and that health can lw retorel
FeasUnlMg ttse Maidlcr.
The Troy Can favors ensiouing all the soldi r,
of the war We not only fayyrdotu,' that but bnik
forward with certainly to tbe liv in the near futiirt.
when it will le done soldirr ft r four vears uitd
three tuontlis co.criug the w ir troiu tlie v rrv lie
ginning t Its close e buvi never applied torn
IsrUMoil, and never will 1 lit we exjret nm dav to
iave one voluntarilv teidrretl to us bv the mst
genenms government in theworll JW.t ICrpnUt
The thief asuggestioii has n.eivtd very gener
al endorsement I mm tha iieiajrs of Kansas. It
is rett u n to lie wd ted, some day but tin dale niav
le long Mistonid Tlie imposition tv II 1m r gard
edasa shorkius rxtravagauee bvvirv tuinveo
pic nodottht (he sddirr who s-mil tie Lumii
assertetl no claims, when the war elotd totheliouu
t of the government The debt thr retM-llloti piled
Up seemed to then as it did to everv one Ue at
that time, saiiuorinotis that it wits al sti d to uU
anvtbing that wtuld ineieaM it ., thr vol aruir
melted away so quietly that wilbtii six mouths
thereafter, no stranger jsmng through the eouutry
would ever Inve itiutue! that two out of rerr live
of the men be met bad otilvu brief lime U fore
leen soldiers in the largest a nil V u ltd engaged ill
the greatest war the worl I has e r kn iwn
Hut suppose tbat at the close of tbe ar tae men
who constituted the amir hu 1 said t t ourrss,
"Wrwant penl.ni. Would a siuntr voire La.e
WeuniiMilii objection f Nii N-e they ha. 1 s.ud
The country latelv in rebellion U lon tons we
conquered it, divide it among u ( mid anyone
have ot jected, in Conrep or out of it f nd su
ikim au objection hid lieen urged to such demands.
if they had 1m cu made what would it have availed f
11 theiHiwer, all the jjory, all tbe aiilhontvortbia
great laud was in tho million liatoii.t that ti idled
above tbe shoulders of the home returning rvgi
ments Congress was nothing a single icgtmcut
though reilnre.1 ton mere skeleton by battle aud pn
vat ion could have disperse! it and a eor.oral s
guard wiHild have marched President an I Cabiuet
away. If the anur had so willed it There was ah
solutelvnoiMiwrr.no authontv in the laud ut that
time, outside of theannv It hud o tlv to sjieak,
and its voice Woiil I have Ift-u hietbd tit demand,
and what it uketl woii'd hive Inn grintil fhu
anny os th .overum-nt It wj gnater thin
President, Lollnns- prtq 1 let it Hi. iTrd aw IT
so quietlr. with siirlt ileeoruiu an i nnl-ls that in
six months hanllv o s.-u t.l it wa- icll in the land
Oruulnshud lM-eu it .cbirvruirtits, great us wen
the Victories It ba I Woa and g Ion mm it w m t'w
self sacntiee it bft showu, the grandest n atest
most glonousof itsjreils wa thin jm aeeful aud or
derly disbaudmtnt this nontest mrrgin of the aid
dier in the eitueu, this piiet rxebuuge f the mde,
tnrbulent an.l dr struct lie wusf the ramp f. r the
busy, prixluett.e and industrious habit of rl.it lift
Horks. that Will Nor i r Itiii flic low
Demoeruts urtf tnmldnl with boiM-, can of which l
that thev will carry the State this tear and the olh
erthat their partv will snerred in the national eon
test next year s, th- leaders are st-uiling a drul
of money in rushing around the stale miking re
lurations, and everyone vho titsti iiiller U has
lining to get himself meiitioue! a u proiiiiieut"
memWrof the party The lasi ihmmi which ther
build their expectation is the liquor qiiesti hi If
'.iNrt) Kepublicans lr-rrue iliMwitislo-! on this smIk
jeet. and go over to the Democrat v th next Gov
ernorof Iowa may le a I dm. --rat Then- i suue
disaatisfaetloit in the iCrpubtie tu party, which has
had its origin in the prohibitory nmvi iiicni an I this
feeling may le lucreisetl bv the netion id the next
Mate convention But ordinary wid mii among the
Early leaders will disaj mhu! the DriinK-nts, ami
eep Iowa where it always has been aafelr iu tht
Iepublican column JSe9 1 ri. Tribune
UiTTbe CutMir s.rM.'.rro. of Philadelphia, La
an article on Congnssmau inert v, of Chicago, who
propose to boyrot the Poj-e sajing f huu
As to bis Irish jatriotisui, it is f tbu loud btat
aut, surface tyie. that shows itself principally by
theuscofsueh lancuage asdimagogues deliglit in
and which by its silly extravagance lead captive
mobs, and frustrate the wise purposes of imm men
and true Such Ianztiae la very cheap, the kind of
language with which Carnevs, Normans, Kuvan
agbs, and other heartless (.overument spies chann
ed their nnupertuig victims iutothe toil of the
Bntlsh lion "
At West Point the other day I saw some of tho old
guns, trophies of the war, of our hottest f mght bat
tie with the rebels, in a great ditch, with n uhmg to
indicate where they were capture I They ued to
have lig plain 1 icanls n tht in w th M Bethcll
and the like. 1 aak.d n cadet why this was sr.
He siid Ltlinel Maynadier unlered the liWIs tiken
off lie did ndt vant o wound tlo f rtings of
bo libera rac'et G rreyMlel t1rtMa i t'a
ri?"Tl.e qneetlou has been asked whether Prof
Can arid n.eeive hishvin. from the S ate I niver
sity or the Lobdcii ttuh. 1 he problem was dit&cult
of solution, ami in lienof aa auvcr it t now sug
Rested that be take out iu trade Itwt adrertMtng
bill of the Lawrcmc pajters tetne Tit
ft? Alexander III , Czar of Kiimui, was crowned
ou Ninday, in the Kremlin. Moscow, with gran t
ami inijfMdng ceremonies fet- Petrrsloirg Moeow,
and nil thehussun cities were illuminated The
present Czar is the lilb of his hMtse the first, Mi
chael, having le-n cmwned in ll13
CiT Henry D McDabK-i, the preaeiit Governor ef
Georgia, is a very bad staiiin-erer, and cannot talk
We know of lots'of Deuiorrut who might hare be
come great men if tber ouly had I-cen s. fortunate
a tt lie Irfirti with an ltujediinenl hi ther seech
Ct More acres of Kansas Pacific railroad land
bare been sold since Januarytlt, than in the whole
of 18H2, wbleh Indicates an i.austul Immigration
Tbe historv of Bussia f r the last fiie years ought
to convince r nglistt statrsmeu that Ibe rope u not a
janarra for puhlicdisonlers. MaiAiMbm limS
XT The veteran of the Dayton Sol Iter Home
are given a h-h dinner every Indav, aul it take 1,
uni puunu oi irrsn &. to satisiy incut .
Clt is Two- Harvey Coolant, ageI It, fell on a
circular saw, at Piuney'a mill, t arrulllon, JIacb , .
Turstlay aftrrnottu, and wa cut in two
Er Lx Gov SU Johu and Capt. Date Payne are J
lectunng in the Last the former on temperance,
and tbelattcr on hi Oklahoma buoiu
tiT President Arthur is reported t have said
tbat ''under noroneeivablccircumstauci willfae be ,
a candtda te for a sec. nd term
UT The largest milk pan i record ha Just been j
made for an Iowa creamery It will hold oW gal
Miss Mary Kelley, a clerk iu a Milwankea dry
floods store, died from potsou inhalel while hand
ing green velvets.
7 Prof. Canficld, of the lawrvnee Uuiveraity,
I announced as a free trade candidate for the Uni
ted States Senate.
(7 It 1 orheially estimated tbat sU bundled
thousand of the soldier who enlisted in tbe late
war are dead.
7 Mr. Aultman. the threshing machine man, fa
spoken of a l.epobjieau candidate for Governor of
IV King Kalakua ha an "army" mimbenug for
ty nine soldiers, exclusive of band and attendant.
There I a colored church la New i ork Citr whose
leading tnembcr bare proerty valued at fl,000,nO(.
C5 One American newspaper correspondent lent
dignity to the coronation exercises at Moscow.
On May , field bands in the hdreficld district,
South Carolina, worked with overcoats in.
CT The cotton crop in some parts of Mutsjaaipp.
I two weeks ahead of tbe plant last year.
Editor Deua, of the New Tt ork &m. ha just in
vested fCa.000 jn New York real estate.
7 It la stated that the tax on dogs in the United
States brings a revenue of 16,000,IJW.
7 Itasaian emigrant are employed on the new
street railway, in Spnoyfleld, Mo.
(7 The Junepeasiou payment ef tbe Govern
ment will aggregate f 13,00u,taj.
ty The raUroad are selbog ticket fraia PerrU
to Kansas City for fifty coot.
ty There are l,4.V0t soldier of the late wtf